Preventing the Consequences of Opioid Overdose: Understanding Naloxone Access Laws

Describes the aims of naloxone access laws and the various forms they can take. Naloxone access laws make naloxone easier to obtain by expanding how the medication can be distributed beyond traditional prescriptions.

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